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CSlr low"1'" 5frK)r8lja, md as : ... .it i In iltrol ft iwiai'ni4iWaV.Jnf J1 I i U - tor 1 1. pare no pain to mace n a Birepresemauve pi ,, ,tf t- , r-.. i i ,a . . . , ,. i . ' '- - .' ,, '. ( V7 . t : T, ' k ; . , .. t ; . . .- T i ; ! ' . :i . i . i - ! are no pain to make it a ntrepreseotalive Hi 01 the evyon ttnp jTbich j.1 enenat? 114' flc5plio jKiei i Threw Doiiart a "wpiir : Two Dollars fct Six Month nrti mnol be paid mviABi.Yts -dtjiq5v Mnoyray - ta ftfl ciUes ffe sent by mail,at 'theriskofthe iihlioher. DE, L; T. FUQUA, Office OpjlCIt-H. TarWix. n iving diucontinned my visits to Wei Jon." may be found prepared to renaer proiets-- sk'iial servjoea m all its braacbtsa. . 0!E.:j hours, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m., fend 2 t 5 o'clock, y.ras 5'l i '&i-tf- SitT. Wji.uams - 'Battleboro, N Cf Ertekr MouirT.W.C BUNii WIELIAMS, Attorneys -at L.av, Rocky Mount, Battleboro and Nashville. O:iico at Ilocky Mount ojw?n at all (iaie., at Battleboro W Frittdys ami Saturdays, aud utJaiht'ulJ n !oil:tyn. ? Biishie" litters ihnuld be' address! J Co tl.e tiiin at Kooky Mount. . CUiCVlT: Nash, - liigectiHibe, Halifax and Vil&n(; ' ' ' ' ''' " JCJClaifca collected ia any part ol vJibrtlFC&rolitta.- a - Jd5Prcli6ft n the Supreme and Fed eral Courts. Jan. 4, 1872. WALTER CTBK . f M. MVI-I-EX. r tLABK & MULLEN, iiUovneys Law, HALIFAX.N.C.) Pi"ciciiii all tbe Courts of Haliiai, Korth aniptoiu Edgocotnbe and Martin Countx. In ti.e Sunrome Court of North lrolma. and in the Federal Courts. Collections made m any liart of North Carolina. ,, ' , , K. B On of thfl Firm will aifc-nd at Office in Scotland Neok on Sarday cf eyery wuek. iuan;h 7-1 year. SWIFT GALLOWAY. . i Aubrivcy.atiluaw, " ' ' ''' g iu:i:xe c ovnt y, Juno 1 -tf. N. C. II. L. STATON, Jr., ATTORXET AND Coiscov ai law, TAR110R0. N. OFFICE ON - PITT STKEET. v tf. Netvtly:oppo8ite the ifdartttlotel. OKt?OI.C. GREAT ATTfiACT ION I batches, Jewelry, Siltcr PLATED WARE, : - - . at ;. . ' ' J. M. Freeman & Sons, Old Cstablibd Store of 1831, c u tJj. 29, Comer Maiu aad, Talbot Sts., KOBFOLK, VA. ? , The Subscriber respectfully callitlje ftttentioo ot'tbepurchasiDpcornmcnity aud visitors generally, to his stock of Goods, cotiBigting of 1 .;- Fine Gold Hunting Caac Levers, of European and American malieiforlmtfeHicn A Ladies. Hunting Silver Levers, cf An-oiican and Swiss make. . .' Gold Leontine reiT Chatelaine Chains and Pins . Gent's Gold Vest Sbahm Gold Kings, Carbuncle, Garnet, Bd5y Fari, f.3d all Gold Ear Binga and Bins in set. L'iamond Rings Gent's Seal Kings, an exquis ite assortment 1&. Karat Plain Gold Kings, ' suitable for Engagement and Wedding Kings. Garnet Ruby and fea;J Twig; Ladies' Gold Pins in ev?ry variety. " " Gold 81eeve and Bosom Button3-ofevery style. Ica Pitchers, ( 'astors, and a peneral assott- ment of FINE PLATED WARE. . With a general assortment of Goods usually kpt in a je wrlry Store, all of which are offerjBtl F.OB SALE at 4d UW 1 KICES AS ASt STO JSE IS SHE PITT. , - 9f FINE WATCHES, CLOCKS and JEW ELRY carefuliv repaired and warranted. J. M. FRTfEMAN" & SONS, At Cor. Main A Talbot 8ta., Norfolk, Ya. Julyl4, 1370. 32-tf JAMES E. CLARK, Wilson, N. C. WITH GWATHMEY BROS. & CO. (50.1I3IISSIOX MERCHANTS, 1)0X293., NORFOLK, Va. W. W. GWATHMEY - & CO. . COMMISSION MERCHANTS, Box 5374. 7D Wuter 8t, NEW YORK Consignmenta of CfttQnv IfavaJ Btoreg, Ac, eolieited. - Liberal advanaes on jeonsignments. Sept. 14. 41-9m. JOHJIB-WHITEHEAD BJSJTH.W BRICKHOT7SE WniTEUEAD & BRICKII0USE, WBOLSSALB DEALERS IX . BATS &" Nos. 40 and 42 Iron Front, WEST SIDE OF MARKET' SQUARE, Herman & Co's Old Stand Norfolk, Va Jmy 13. 31-ly. A. WREXI, Nos. 21 and 26 Unioa Street, Norfolk Va. "T ANUFA0TUKER AND DEAL- JVir, tlAKHJSBM,-' HAUDIjES, COLLAR, Farm Wagons, 0Wrla, C4rf WheeUfAnd Asleg. awneiers to u u. Aiamer; xarborot N: O.-t Jniy Mi' ' - " 3t-ly IIOFFLIJI & CO., HESS & MERCKAIT TlIHlS. 4 AHDDEALIBSIir i; i Gents' Furnishing Goods, &c. ; IJo. 33 lain st , Norfolk, Va. - Hard t'tmi.i.-ui CAT VOLUME i xLArm; it A 6w- Etodfecs. Bobt SKoes & Hatsf ' 'AT WHOTiKSALK, i IT8(vyWlWaler St., ;Ajpja& l.vmtfAB&rii sr. Norfolk. Va. ! No gHda sold, under any circuinstan- ces, except to.Werehante. W. C. lifDGIXS & 0., IJirOUTEHS ANI DKALEti IN " ilavdwave, . " No20 Iabke'? Square, NOllFOKK, Va. I NVITK THE ATTENTION OF Mcrchaata to their largo' ' and oointlote Stock of Hardware, Cutlery, Guns., Ac, and will cheerfully duplicate any Northeru Bill. Sept. 14-1 v. ... T AfLOSi M ARTI & CO., DEALERS IN t Hardware Cutlprv, 1 ; UaR iron and steel, WAGQN MATERIAL, BELTING AND PACKINa, House Furnishing Groods, &c. Circular If rout; comer of Mali street and ' Market Square, Norfclk. Va, Na'.la at Factory Prices. Traee' Chains Weed, Billing and Grub Roes, Ilerss Cel lars au4 Ham 08, Axes, Saws, &c, &a. The trade supplied at Northern prices - 2G-tf DAXCY, H1MAX-& CO., GENERAL Commission Merchants ,--No. t-12 Kiarrstreet, ' NEVVYQRlv. fc IIYMAXS & PAXCT, GEBEEAL COMMISSIOK MEECHAKT . No. 47 WlD-E- WiTEB Stbkkt, (Rear of Custom House, NORFOLK, VA. Servtembsr 2.a 16J7. ESTABLISHED 1847. F. Gr.EK!iVVO()D. FRED. GREKSWOOri. C. F. GREE.W00D & BRO., Diamonds. Fine Watclias, Jewelry Silver-Ware, Clocks, ENGAGEMENT & WEDDING RINGS No. 47 Main Strket, NORFOLK, VA. Special attention given to t'ie repairs ing of U'aichfx,' Cloi'ks and Jewelry. Fine JCF'Hair Jewelry made to order li 14 19tT J. E. DEANS, MAKlTACTCJlEK OF : Sasb,, Blinds. Doors, Houldius, Brackets, Stroll Work of all Kinds at Northern Prices. , Planing and Saving Done to Order. Corner Washington and King Streets Portsmouth, Va. Refers to 0. C- Lanier, Taruoro, N. C. '$vilv 13. ' 31-ly. IV CW TORE. A. T. BRUCE & CO., COTTON FACTORS, AND GENEIlALi Commission Merchants 166 Pearl Street, New Yorlc. LIBERAL CASH ADVANCES ON i Consignuien8. Shipments covered by Insurance when placed on Carg or Vessel. June 10. . 2-tl' Stud well Brothers, 'L " - z ' - . ' '" i. 'I- 17 Mueray Street, . Manufacturers and Jobbers cf BOOTS (tSHOES FOR SOUTHERN TRADE. Save a complete stock in all linu Inclnd. Ing their popular Cranltv (Mate Bah., Up Plow Shoes, and Women's Feb. Bala. - Orders solicited and carefully Ched at lowest market rates. . J. E. M00SL, Salesman FOUMKEKT. THE UNDERSIGNED OFFERS FOB SESI HIS nenVdoor tohis residenoB on Pitt Ktrtet, It is one of the most desirable locations Id --a Professional Man in own. Apply to Juno l&-t. ; Da. A.H. MACNAJK. ;YifflP u 1. lADVERTl&lEIiTS. i I I . la bolf8 if of ri nmnssion' AND "DEALER IN i .i j yl-. ' ' 5 7 :"Main 17 L H. DE5 V blomlately occupied by ? ' . .. Has'cdnsiniiUv on Sugars, Teas and Coffees yPatapsco Aslilaiidi, Family , and otlieh braiids of Flour. Bacon, Mess & Riuhp Pork. u gar House Syrup, New Orleaua Molasses, and Golden Drip Syrup. A So. X Cider Vinegar. ' Gutter. Eng lish Dairy Cheese, Pine Apple Do., and Swiss Cheese. Prunes, Barley, Split Peas, cohxte;Jiqrillara s, JSlillers and Jiailroad Snuff and TobacqpSlhlackcivs. Smoked Salmon, BceT articles itobeixoiirid in a tirst-class Family Grocery Store .tOnJ em rlor DoorsSasJ and Blinds promptly filled atMifinnracttirer's Priccs."TT . . - r - , . Feb .8,187? NOW. IS JHE , -TIME! H. 13 TE"FiT,i Has ir.rt OpencJ hisr large st?dc of New Spring-Goods, embracing evervthine from a NEEDLE to a CROWBAR. ThU of course, includes Ladies' Dress Goods, Boots and Shoes, A Large ' Selection- of School, Books, In fact, eTervthine you waftt. Call im- mediatelis and examlnsfor yootselves ?diat April iiAi.Tiioiar:. 1872. SFRIN& TRADE: .. CROQUET. Corephte' sets' at $3.00. $4.60, $3.00, f G.00 J7.00, $6.00 to $20.00 a set. .FISHING TACKLE. Kods, Hooks, Lines and Baskets. BASE BAIXSJ All the LcaJiiig-kinds at JIcaafectTriJes, . - . GUNS. Double al Sihgle Barrel Guns. PISTOLS. The Topular and approved kinds. H AMMUNITIONS Of every description. - - .. . -a - - - 3 S.N. B-r-All of our Croquet excepting-the $3 set, have Bradlev'a Patent Sockets for the Bridges, a great addition. . Dealers in Sportsmen 8 Goous aud otnors interestod should sendor our Trice List of Jointed Pishing Rods, the best and cheapest uooas in uie MarKet. POULTNBY. jTRIMBliE, &aC04 ? . 200 w. Balttmor Street, Baltimore. MarvlaiiJ. March Z t i T H -ty JOSEPH W. jUNKINS, ; R. SC. l'KSDEK of Baltinioio. i,ate of Tarbnro, N. 0 Joseph W. Jenkins & $)o,9 Commissioi Mt'QAts, 28 AXD 30 FREDERICK STREET, BALTIMORE. SOLICITS CONSIGN MKNTS.fOF C'ott-.n NaTal Btores, aud nil other Pro ducts. All orders for Bagging, Rope, Iiacon aud other supples promptly tilled. Will make libferal Cash advances ou all consignments. ' ' ' March 23. ' : : - - ' 16 tfT . Water whrrfi MrHGEarLnShaftinPulleys wMwm . . till TTY a, m .SND JOB A RCULABji MA N,,? OE QXJT JULY;4r 1872. ilf, ih lit V w 9 c I.. t t.': iviercnant Street - ; N. M. LAWRENCE. . : a hand a fijll line of T Vermicelli, Maccaroni, Cho 9 ui. TAKBOno, J. carriage miniiTiin. t j TAIJBOBO Jf C ! Special Aden! ion paid to ItcpalriBf Je I. 20 tf j TO THE BUILDING PUBLIC. I Respectfully announce that 1 nil now prepared with a coin petent number of ussisfants to contract for anil linitil H-.rv kind f HOCSE, of auvUiu lia.tbW'yi, " 1 Would also ;av to !! Farmers of th i County tnsit I have made every necessary 1 ftrraii-senieiit to coiwliuct everything of WOOlVWOIUv j needed upon a plantation, from a UIN atitfc-W tj a HOE iIELyE. , Persons intrnstlng business To to my hands may be assured that it will be at tended to witU the utmost promptness and fidelity. I have in my employ a strong force of first-claaa CaVptTtterg. ' All citizens of the county are respect ully reqnested to give me a chance before ontracting elsewhere. " Apply to mf at Tarbor5t N. C. ' 46 ly JOHN C- DANCY, (Cold') - . t : & BRO. HAt OPENED ON MAIN ST. NEAR THE BRIDGE A Family Grocery Store -.- where th?y will always be lad to furnish their friends aud the public with such Groceries aa they mav dr sire. L. C. 'lET.RELL. G. T. TERRELL. fob 1Q.tr C C. LANIER, AGENT FOR MESSRS, HAR&Y & BROTHERS, Commission Merchants, ... -Baltimore, Md .' for ' ' STIEFF'S PIANO, "WALSH'S TOMB STON3SS. THE ' TAYLOR"; GIN FISH GUANO, "COTTON FOOP," AUO CJVAHTO ' "' AND t A Specialty." Tarboro, N. C. Jan-H-tf. Still Alive and Kicking. YOU D0NT BELEIVE IT? EDI Then call down at my BROEEHY STORE : - on i MAIN STREET- Where yon will always Hud me supplied with the veiy best FAMILY GROCERIES, wiich I sell at the lowest CASH PRICES. . My Bar;eJ)ntain the purest llnds of LIQUORS,- And the Choicest Rrauds of CIGARS. The highest Cash" Prices will hp paid for Hides, Beeswax, Sheep Skins, &c. A cordial invitation extended to all. A. B.: ROANE. Tarboro, April 11. ,1 vrt iPBiiTimEi Mir MONIfEXTS, IlEAO STORES, &e. Or, Marti JifanUe, BrpvrniStone nd SCcttCh'' Granite. Also - - ' Marfcle Mantles rurnitiire;. And Plutaberg' Siabs Fbmisfiedtb order. E. B. PRICE, No. 3 Mechanip St. . ? iw ' Ndrwalt, Conn. "" "OKREN-WILLIAMS! Aeent 1 j April 4-ly. 4 Trhoro,N.C. HERN PRINOI I? Li; Hie Tarfooro' Soutlicrucn Thursday, July 4, 1872: H0ME, SWEET HOME." !J DUKAM of the atjthoe. .lohrr FL Payne, the author of that (ouehiug nd immortal 1 soog, flome, sweet otue,"-wus'- tKt only poor in pocket, but a homelesa "wanderer. In conversation with a friend ' he once t?Te expression to t he following reci tal: - - "How ofteB,'" 6aid he, "have I been in t life heart of PariB, Berlin and Lon don, or some other city, and heard persona pliyin! 'Swoct Home," with- onf a ihtlJint; to bay the bext meal, or a place' to lay my head.' The world lias literally 8U0f my gongs until eve ry heart is familiar with its melody- Yet T have been a poor wanderer from my bovhood. My country has turned nop ruthlessly from $Gce, and in my old use T have trt submit to . humilia tion for my daily oread." - He bad the most exact ana beauti ful expression of the heart's emotion regarding home, and yet personally be wasatranjrer to all its tender loving influences. A wanderer, and some times a vagabond, he has moved the hnmnn heart to its very depths, by his exquisite lines. '" ; Disgusted with treatmentm his own country, and still impelled by his 'dis" position to' roam, hm only wisn'wasto die in a foreign iandj and to be buried by strangers, "and'slflep in..' obscurity He obtained an appointment as United State Consul at Tunis, where he died. We now turn to a period antecedent to the composition of his song. At times he was greatly depressed, and seemed to feel most acutely - his fitter loneliness. 0e day; a friend, called to see him; and on entering said : , "How are yon to day, Payne?" , "Down hearted enough," was the reply, but last night I had one of the most glorious visions in a dream, that ever met mortal eye." -: "Ah, indeed, what was it?" "Well. I will tell you. I suppose you think it is a scene of vast wealth, of. a palace, or sjmething else of that kind that man's desires are set upon. It was nothinsr of the kind- I don't often have dreamsj but when I 4o they impress me greatly; In this dream, I was in a home of roost transcendent rural peacefulness and beauty. It was all that poet and painter conld imag ine. ' The landscape was composed of geutle rolling hills, and sweet, still W'.th .tneauflering. . streajtas, ft here 'We flowor andT-biid crops, flocks and herds. In the midst of this stood various habitations of men, women and children, and. I heard pleasant voices, laughter, music and song." "Trnly, a beautiful picture of human contentment," said the friend. The life long imagiriery" of- my brain," cried the poet, "of homo; sweet b in e. And, how my sou! reveled in the picture f But gradually it faded from my s ght. I was transfixed. I trained my vision to catch its outlines as it grew fainter; but at last it had faded away. I then looked up, and saw a dark cloud gathering, which grew dark and 'terrible. , ' "Ah !' said I, fihat ejoad ia aignifi cant ol my own let.' "As I said'these words, I saw traced Upon u in burning letters these words "of the Almighty to another miserable moo: 1 ' . "A fugitive and" vagabond shalt thou be on earth!" ",. "In terror, I recogniifed my doom, and awoke to find it both a: dream and a sad reality," The unhappy man buried his face in his hands, and for some time he seemed in the deepest misery. "A very w.cnderful dream," said his compnaioD. - ' '" . "Well, do you know what I am going to do?'? .'said Payne, looking up. Tll tell you. I've been thinking a great deal over the matter, and l in tend to write a song called 'Home, Sweet Home." The '.picture; of my dream shall be my inspiration for the task, and my lonely heart will give a touching, pathos to my words." Not long after, the song of 'Home, .Sweet Home "was given to the world by John Howaid Payne. The dream is more specially recalled by the closing verse, 'An exile from home, pleasure dazzles in vain; Ah, give me my lowly-thatched cottage againl The birds singing sweetly, that come at my call Give me them, and that peace of mind, . dearer than all,. Home, Sweet Homel There's no place like homej' Stp JET by How Money is Maq Far- Much labor is done on farms that, is not farming in its true sense. .By such labor no money is ever made. A man may support himself and his fam ily, keep out of debt, and have a few dollars in his pocket by practicing the mo6t stringent economy. - If he isoths wise than industrious and sober, ho is on the down gride with loose brakes, and the end is not reached. But farm iug io its-true sanse is a profession equal in dignity to that of law or medr icioe, and needs ecjual study, mental capaeity, aud intelligently directed la bor to command success in it. The prin ciple winch underlies the practice of the true iarmer must be-, well .under stood and a steady, consistent course of operations must be followed. Hav ing thoroughly learned the nature and capaeity of the soil he possesses, ; and chosen the rotation most suitable, asd; tbe stock to be most profitably kept opoa it, he swerves not from his chosen course, but in, good markets and bad. -raises hh regular crops, and keers his land ia regular increasing fertility. S.,,Jefferson Davis. speckl cry tempts or frightens him. He' does not talk dairy this sea son or cropif the next; but doubtless if any particular product' beih demand and brings a good pneahef'has some of it to sell and reaps his share of the advantage. . He saves as much money as some men make by care and ecouo my in purchasing and preserving tools; seeds, manure and machines ; and his business habits and constant readiness for all occasions give hiui reasonable security against the effect of adverse seasons and bad weather. Always prepared, he is never too lnte,t and ai ways calm, he is never too soon, an'l thus, "taking timi by the forelock ;" be has the stern old tyraut at bis command and turns him at his will. He lias no losses, aad his gains are steady ,-Ex. Ffirm Life a School Manhood- The whole tendency of farm lifeis to develop the body healthy and sjs. temmetrically.' The child is not pent up in the narrow back yard of a city dwelling not turned into; the thronged and filthy street to pursue hU sports. liis eyes opfia Ufst upon green e:ds and fragrant meadows, and Lis first footfall out of doors is upon the matted grass beneath the shadowy trees of his rural home. lie drinks in health from eery breeze, and all the scenes around him call forth that playfulness which performs so importaut an office in our early training. And this leads us to speak of the influence offarm life upon, home vir tues, j No occupation can be more fa vorable to the cultivation cf those qualities which are the charm of the domestic circle. The farmer is much more at home than is possible with any other men. How many there are in our cities who only see their fami lies at evening op Sabbath,. They live for their business, and thiaj from itadocation, takes them from hcrac early and late. How many from this same cause forsake houBekeepieg and huddle into boarding houses aud hotels, where the charm and beauty of the family as God constituted it are entire ly lost and children fall qod;r a thou sand'iouences that would never reach them at home! , With the best arrange, meats wealth can command in the city, it is well nigh impossible to keep chil dren 'naJer the influence of their pa rents, so that they shall have a distipst family character and bear the moral as they do the physical image of their progenitors. Parental influence is dissipated amid the varied social influences to which they are subjected from their earliest days, Inen what per plexire4iajrr ass the man" 'of business In rtneVity his capital of en invested in proStlefs en terprise, exposed to the depredatious of dishonest men, betrayed, cheated and ruined by knaves and bankrupts. rrom the very character ot his bust ns, he has to trust far more of his available means to the integrity of hi fellows than the cultivator. His dbts are often scattered over a wide exteu' of territory, and collections are not only expensive, but exceedingly un certain. But his commercial credit depends upon this uncertainty, and he is orten compelled to fall hack upon nothing a ruined maa. Ninety-five failures in a hundred a mong rnost ; business men' in -the city Ue 11 a sad talc' of the perplexity aud sorrow, the corroding cares and ,aa- guisn or mercantile lire, uow can a father goaded with these anxieties from the beginning to the end of the year do justice with his children even if his business allows him to be with them a part of the time? lie is not in a frame of mind to superintend their ediictioa and to perform, a father's office. ' "" The farm preserves the fami!7 in its integrity.' 'The home has ?a: it that charming vord, and that more charraiug1 -'thing'" the fireside, around which parents .and children gather and where, this bright and cheeriul blaze upon the hearth is but a true type of the flame of love that glows in every heart. The j arents have been drawn together, not by the sordid motives of wealth or the ambitious desire of social display, but for the qualities seea in each other: The glory of the fireside to the husband is that the wife is there ; and to the wife that he is there who is head of the woman and the band in that homo circle. ' Here they gather at morning, evening and at noon. -Their board is . alinoet always suitowoded with -the eaijaje .circle, and there they spend their long winter evenings together. CAio Farmer. Stubborn Facts. "We have published from ' time to time through our columns, facts and figureSj taken from the records and the Auditor's office to show that the liadis cal party is a party cf grtiss aad crimi nal extravagance. ; , ''That5 party while it was in 'power, from .1868 to 1870, plunged the State wrf North Carolina into a new debt oi Fifteen MiHions of Dollars,, During the administration of that party, millions after millidnS , of our State bonds were stolen by prominent Radical official's, and the credit of the State baa been brought to the yery lowe teib ,1'hal, party for the years ISCIJ-'TO, coat the State or iSortn vjaronoa' rive Hondred and Seventy-Five Thousand To HuadVeo. aocl fourteen Dollars and Tctf, Cents Wore to" carry on the StateGovernment than the subsequent Demoeratie Legislature. , . " j The per diem and mileage of the last Radical Legislature cost the State of North Carolina Two Hundred an Thirty-One Thousand Four ilmdrei aad $tlj-$i Dollars and Tfenty three" cents more than the per diem and mileage of the last Democratic Legislature. . Kep these ftt before the people! NUMBEK 29. New Marriage Law.. For the benefit -or those who con template matrimony give the following inforrnatiou concerning the new marriage aw, which roes into effect on the first f tl. n " Upon application for license the followiugquestioos wiil bo propounded by the Register of Deeds : Name of person applying for license; nanie of man to be ia full; residence; ai:e; white or colored ; father of man to be ui-.ir-ried ; mother of in mi to be rnarrkd; living or dead; if known, if not, state unknown; name of women to be mar ried in full; residence; nge; whUc or colored; father's name, mother's same, liviug or dead; realden';e if kuowu, if not, state unkoeffn. If both parties should be. unJer 18 years of age 'the. 'written ccomut of the parents or gaard'uns must be filed with the Register"; bf Ba'eds. . Section 5 of tho act reads as follows : : ' " yery Itegister of Deeds shall upon application, issue the license of any two persons: Provided it shall appear probably that there is no legal impedi ment to such marriage:. Provided nevertJteless, that when either of the parties to the propose! marri ge shall be under IS years of age, and shall reside with the father, or mother, or uucle, or aunt, or brother, or elder sister,or shall reside at a school, or be an orphau and reside with a guardian, the Begisfershall not issue a license for such marriage until tho consent in writing of the relation with whom such iufant resides or if he or she resides at a school, of the person by whoaj such .infant was placed at school, and under whose custody and control he or she ii, shall be delivered to him, and such written consent shall be filed by the Ke-ister." The law also requires that tbe min ister's certificate shall te sigped by ona or mere witnesses presont. at the marriage, and a penalty ef $200 is imposed pn the minister' failing to re turn the license aud certificate, duly filed and signed to the Register with in two months after tho ceremony. Sentinel, The North Carolina Election The Administration is greatly exer cised about the first important election for State officers, which is to i take place iu North Carolina on the 1-t of August. Large assessments have been ordered on the office.holders, and tl e Nations' Il.joublican Committee, head ed by Ex-Senator Morgan', 'of New York, arc expects 1 to supply the si news of war lor carrying on the cam- fiign. . Jjaaatug speakers will, be sent dWn rJiri:i2r i.ho. nexttfortaigbtTd"1 mace a thorough caavas ot the htale, and Mr. lion'twel!, Secretary of the Treasury, has eniraed to deliver fsvc i lal speeches in the hope of eteminiug the urreut agaiunt Grant. These signs indicate unmistakably, a fear of" the resylt, snd a desperate purjjnpe to start the Presidential ball, with all the povcr of an alarmed an i agitated Ad ministration. Wash. Patriot. -i?' . i .. Dreadful Story of a Diamond Ring. Among the victims of the recent rail road smasb-up at Metuchetr, N. J., was a Pu,oisu couple nauiod Potas sen, but two,montha married,' Mr. Potassen being the son of a Danish nobleman. They were on their bridal tour, and were cn route t'j Saa Francis co, where. Potassen's brother is Banish Consul. Wbn tha. terrible crash came all was darkness and confusion for a few moments, but the gentleman soon; reJovered cgpsciousResa,- and his first tliougct was of his bride. An immediate search was made tor the Jady, w ho Was at last found beneath a pi'e of debri?. senseles3and covered with blood Upon raising her up her husband was horrified to find that one of her arms had been completely torn off. The unfortunate lady was remov ed to a shelter, and the husband began the sickening task of eeeking his wife's missing arm. He proclaimed that upon one of the fingers was the diamoai wedding ring, a jewel worth many hundred dollars, and instantly a general search begun. Among the prowlers about the wreck was a train hand, who was observed, to secrete something under his coat .and walk away. He was soon overhauled, and on perceiving that he bad been detects ed he threw down his burden, which proved to? be ...the lost farm. . It wi s picked up-by the nobleman, wl or moved the ring aad caused the arm to be taken cape of. ' The lady was tar ried to Et- Barnabua' Hospital, in Newark, T?bere she now lies in a fair way of recovery. A Queer Hotel- Of all the hotels in the world, the very oddest is a lonely one io Califor nia, on the road between San Joso and &anta bruiz. lmaiue ten immense tre-s standiog a few feet apart, and hollow inside; these are the hotel, neat, breezy and romantic. The largest tree is sixty five feet around, and contains a. sittiug-room and that - bareau of Bacchus wherefrom is dispensed the thing that biteth and slingeth. AH about this tree ia a garden of flower aud evergreens. The drawing-room is a bower made of redwood, evergreens and madrona branches.- For bed-chambers there are nine ;reut hollow trees, whitewashed or papered, and1 havlbg doore cut to fit the shape ofthe holes. Literature finds a plaoo, iu a Jeiftiing stump, dabbed t'tfca library .'I If it wee not for that came haunt of Bacchus, it i certain that ihe. guests of this forest establishment woul4ieel like nothing o much as dryads. lt ' " tlt - ... . ' . A grand national dot; phow baa jnt been concluded in London, at which over a thousand ttpedmens ,.of the canine raqe were exhibited. f O i 5 00: One JSquare, TVvoSiiuaren, Threotjnireg, " PinirMqtiaro, Fourth Column, Half Column, Whole Co rm:i. 7 0.) io -12W IS - Kill" :l 17 51 8Wii:l 10 (Hi 14- 12 5; M 2 lu t-0'25 !30 I; 25 en U) - .-( n n Hiring a Clerk The folloviu s not a i:cw stor-, but it is a true one, and will bear peating, we thik: Years ago, iuto a wlu.los ik- grocery store in Bosto n walked a tali, ii-ux ii! r lookiug maa, evideotly a fitrh -.ti,:r (toui siiine backwoods town iu iMii.o r New Il impshire. Accosting ilm tuo persou he met,' who happened iu bo tin: merchaut hims.ll, he akcd: rou cou i vraut to h ic a yo r sroru, do you " "Well," said the merchant, know; wnat can yu do? ' "Do?" haid the mm ; '! guess I can Urn my baud to hi I any thicg. W hat do )uu wa;it dom ."Well If I was to hue a i; i Would bo one I hat co-iM hit strung wiry fallow ; cue tor l ..- una-, that could bhoulder a suck ol cilt:tJ like that yonder, aud carry it atiui the store and never lay it dowri. ' There now, caj t'in," saul the c tun tryman, "that's just ue. I can l a anything I hitch to; you cai'i t-uii m butter. What will you jivc a m:m lit cau suit you';" "I'll tell yon," siid the it.erclianr. "if you will .-h'MiJd.T tha sick ol fee and carry it across the stmo t ,cc and never lay it down, I will I i c uu for a year at $100 per month " "Done," said the 8tr;n;yr ; and l.v this time every cl-jrk it, ;h'e sto.e had gathered around, and wc-re wa tin i. join iu ihe laugh agaiiis,t ihe man. win., walking np.to the eaik, ibreiv it across his shoulder with perfect ease, as it wa- not extremely Lea vj", and walking wit U it twice across, the, ptre, went oM':ctly to a large hook which wus i'a-ti ui d to the Wall, and hanging it up, tin nod to the met chnt and said: "There now, it may hai g thorc till doomsday; I.shan't uever lay h down. What t-hall 1 go abut, mister? Just give roe plenty to do and a 1 '. ' 0 j er month, and its al! ri-hf." The clerks broke into a lauf.h, ijd the m?rchant di.-OMifitted jot sati.-fad, ke,pt to his rg'-eemcut; and to day, the green countryman is tho f.euior paru ncr in the firm, a d worth a uiilaou dollsrs. Homely Girls. "How did that homely wgwuiu con trive to get usiiri icd?" is not uu.n -quectly-rcaiHrfctjd ol some g od donn--tio creature whom her hubband re gards rs the 2pfle nf his eye, and in . hoe3 pjain nc jio sees Hotnething hotter than beauty. Pretty girls, who f.re vain cf LacL- charms, are rather, prone to rjake t !;c;ationg of ibiti kind, and consciousDess"cTthe fact that flowers cf loveliness are often left to nine on the stem while weeds of honie 1 ness go off rcad'.ly, is no doubt in. many cases at the bottom of the sneer ing question. The truth is that mo-t tcgn prefer horulincss and amiability tp. beauty and jci'priea. llandsoms .?iuicii are apt to ovtT- vclue thsiuselvcs, aud in waiting for an immeuse bid occasionally ovjiter. the market. Their plain stsu-rs. on e contrary, awt re of their persot.al deficisncics, enciaily lay themselx c out to produce an agreeable iinpr--- on, and in most instances fuccc d. They don't aspire to capture paragon- with pripcely lertuges, buc are willing to take any thiiig respectable and love worthy that Providence may throw iti their way. The lock ahead of our haughty Junes ad coquettish lie1 es as fastidious. Thev reject and rt'it'ct. until nobody cares to woo th;m. Men don't like tc "be subdued or to be tri Jled with l lesson that thousands tf pretty women 00 learn too late. Mrs. Hannah Moore, a very exco -lent 'and picu person, who krn.w whereof she wrote, recommend evi - ry unmarried s:i;tcr to accept theouu of the first good, sensible lyv r who falls in her way. But ladies whose mirror, aided by the glamor of vanity, assures them that tliey Wtre bor:i lot couqnest pay no hre.1 to eucli advico It is a noteworthy fact that homely girls generally get better husban.is than fall to the lot their beau'iful sin ters. Men wlo are cnugbt merely by a pretty face aud figure do not. as a rule, amount io much. Tha practical, useful, thoughtful portion of m iiikind Is wisely content with excellency. ' "The War Spirit BJevived." The Washington Chronicle has among its conspicuous headings of the pro:rrdin:i9 of the N ational Repub': an Qnention, .4Tha War Sj ir t Revived."1' And Mr. George II. Stu srt, q Philadelphia, conclude bis note of congratulation to Mrs. Grant an the nouriuatibn 0 her husband aj lollows : "May God bkss him and pr'Srvc his valuable life' till every festive,. of rebellion is crusliel out." If t'ds i to be the keynote of the PreMduhtial campaign, it 1: loses a spirit and purpose t'o be irreatly d--ploied. Surely the I e te instiucis of the Amcric; n people re olt at ill ' jdea qf reyiyiug tlu war sp'rit now, teven years after the war ha termini. ted, and rakirg its embers for spai to fire the North rn. heart. Wl nt 'vtsstige of rebellion'' in left except the ruined eurvivor : cf the C ul'edertue itrusrgle, to all except a few of whui Congress. Ijas j.ust granted amii.'y. and. tbpiiph grudgingly, pmbapH, ot showing that it no longer wmid hold them to, be ;rebelH. Tha .ft-jiivciitn itself laimi for the Republioa 1 pr ty that Vi suppressed a t''i-T:t'r'c bellion.",. Then let Republicans bo consistent and talk no further of. th,. nonsense of crushing out the "vestige if rebellion." If there were nothing Ix-tlerthao that to conduct the cam paign on, it would be more honest t' rente lroin the So J, BiUlmoic Hun.